Chapter 10. Managing Mobile Networking and Remote Access

Users often want to connect to their organization’s network from an off-site computer. To do so, they need a dial-up, broadband, virtual private network (VPN), or DirectAccess connection. Dial-up networking enables users to connect off-site computers to their organization’s network by using a modem and a standard telephone line. Broadband enables users to connect off-site computers to their organization’s network by using high-speed Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) routers or cable modems. ...

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